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House Bill 1062


House Bill 1062

ARCHIVE (2008)

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DIGEST OF HB1062 (Updated March 4, 2008 2:03 pm - DI 84)


Architectural salvage material and valuable metal dealers. Prohibits an architectural salvage material dealer (dealer) from purchasing or otherwise obtaining architectural salvage material: (1) from a person who is less than 18 years of age; or (2) that the dealer believes or should have reason to believe is stolen property acquired as a result of a crime. Requires a dealer to keep a record book that contains certain information concerning architectural salvage material received by the dealer. Requires a dealer to hold the material for at least five business days if the dealer receives written notice from a law enforcement agency to hold the material. Allows law enforcement officers to inspect and obtain records from a dealer. Makes it a Class A infraction for a person to violate a provision of the architectural salvage material dealers law. Provides that the valuable metal dealers law applies to all ferrous metals and nonferrous metals. Specifies that a sheriff or deputy authorized by the sheriff in writing may supervise and inspect pawnbrokers, vendors, and certain other merchants who may sell secondhand material, and requires the legislative council to assign to the sentencing policy study committee the topic of the theft of salvaged material.
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 Law Enacted
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